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New Mexico (NM) Intellectual Property CLE Course Catalog

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Data Breach Investigation: What You Need to Know and How to Protect Yourself
A data breach occurs, whats next? Once it is determined that a breach has occurred there are a series of steps the legal department should take to determine the size of the impact, how the attack occurred, and how to prevent future attacks. This process will involve an investigation and potentially litigation. Therefore, having a strategic plan in place prior to a breach is imperative.

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$65

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88 minutes
Applying Copyright Concepts Through the Lens of Goldman v Breitbart News
This program introduces basic technological concepts like “linking,” “embedding,” “how browsers and websites are served” in a robust manner probably beyond the common sense understanding of these concepts, but just enough to explain why the way these technologies really “work” is critical to the arguments that you make as a copyright litigator.

New Media Rights

$115

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78 minutes
Contract Drafting for Transactional Attorneys: Every Word Matters
This course is the first part of our series on “Contract Drafting for Beginning Transactional Attorneys.” It can be watched on its own or as part of the series. In addition to the course content described, we will give practice notes for drafting, negotiating, and advising clients and relate the material here to other parts of this series.

New Media Rights

$75

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60 minutes
Revamping Employee Data, Cloud & Social Media Policies and Training to Mitigate Legal Risks
Nowadays, everybody is on social media -- including your bosses and employees. Because today’s employee is always-on and connected 24/7, companies are having a harder time determining the right balance between instilling a culture of data protection vs. where to draw the line on employee monitoring. Having a predetermined company policy on social media is the norm, but its open forum still presents a huge risk that many organizations don’t know how to deal with.

This session will discuss how companies can train their employees to mitigate legal risks on social media.

SuperConference

$65

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